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Old   November 6, 2007, 11:49
Default Setting up a simulation for a compression corner
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I am facing a lot of problems trying to run a simulation for a compression corner. I am trying to simplify my approach right now, and is assuming an inviscid and compressible flow. I use the density-based solver, and i believe that i should use set my inlet as a pressure inlet. however, setting my inlet to pressure inlet makes it difficult for me to define my mach number at the inlet boundary.

how can i make sure i get a mach number of say, 2,at the inlet boundary?

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